Richard Devine Shows New Stanton SCS.3d Touch

DaScratch designed for compact DJ/musician usage.      22/09/08

Looks nice doesn’t it? The latest component of the Stanton ControlSystem range see below for our video demo from NAMM this year. Here’s what they say:
DaScratch®, a.k.a. the SCS.3d, is the latest innovation in the Stanton SC System control surface line. Revolutionary and compact, this controller is a necessity for any digital DJ looking for ultimate control over their software of choice. DaScratch’s compact and sleek profile makes it a space-friendly addition to any existing DJ gear set-up or can stand on its own as a complete controller solution. What makes this guy different from your average controller? Stanton’s StanTouch® technology allows you to use traditional DJ-style motions and gestures on a touch-pad style surface to take full control over music and software applications such as Traktor DJ Studio™, Traktor Scratch™, Ableton Live™, Serato Scratch Live™, or any other MIDI compatible software. Minimal moving parts ensure durability from gig to gig.



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